Balkans & Black Sea Cooperation Forum is an independent, nongovernmental, nonpartisan economic platform powered by private and public institutions and supported by a number of international and regional organizations, aiming at identifying, strengthening & promoting economic relations, business opportunities, cross‐border cooperation and sustainable growth & development across the Balkans the Black Sea region and beyond.
Such annually rotating international think-tank that belonging to, and reflecting a region of 18 countries & 370 million people, fostering dialogue & cooperation about bridging differences and exploiting opportunities for cohesion, capacity building and business models transferability.
To this powerful networking platform, leading business- & policy makers exchange views to transform ideas into reality, among high profile delegates from international and regional businesses & organizations as well as diplomats and academia.
Balkans & Black Sea Cooperation Forum focal areas:
The region that Balkans & Black Sea Cooperation Forum focuses on:
Albania, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Bosnia/Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, Georgia, Greece, Kazakhstan, Moldova, Montenegro, Romania, Russian Federation, Serbia, Slovenia, Turkey, Ukraine.